Young writers will traverse the story mountain to create a narrative plot of their own! Students will consider various story elements, including characters, setting, climax, problem, and solution with this great visual aid.
A strong ending is a key part of creative writing! Have your second graders flex their fiction comprehension muscles with this activity. Students will consider problem, solution, characters, and detail as they answer questions after reading a short story.
Characters are at the very center of any story, and learning how to create dynamic characters is essential for budding writers. Your students can use this handy organizer to plan rich character development in their creative writing.
Looking for an alternative activity to ignite the imaginations of your reluctant writers? Use this fun comic book template to introduce creative writing to your students. Novice writers and artists alike will delight in the chance to create their own comi
A good introduction draws a reader into the story and makes them want to learn more. Help your second graders hook their readers as they practice writing strong introductions using this helpful worksheet.
The Somebody-Wanted-But-So-Then strategy is a great tool to help students identify and understand story elements. In this fun brainstorming activity, budding writers will use the format to start generating a story of their own!
Second graders will hone their creative writing skills to come up with fabulous titles of their very own using this fun worksheet! Students will answer questions to help them hone in on the perfect title for their story.
Fall is the perfect time to let your child’s imagination go wild as they design and write about their very own pumpkin person. This worksheet provides a great way to gets kids excited about both Halloween and creative writing!